Sunday, December 28, 2008

presents

The kids had fun opening their Christmas gifts, mostly compliments of Grandpa Tom. Here are just a few snapshots. Lucas is still wondering if there are more stashed somewhere. He also generously decided to help Timmy open his while Timmy was busy playing with the new toys.

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Here we go a caroling

Uncle Travis brought his friends and their horses around again, this time for Christmas caroling.
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awaiting midnight mass

Here are the boys dressed up for midnight mass on Christmas. First Timmy was happy about wearing a tie like daddy, but then he decided he didn't like ties.
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Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Treehouse adventures

We finished building the fort at Aunt Christine's property today. It was a bit chilly but the kids had fun.


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Nap time

Timmy dozes off after watching his favorite DVD - The Letter Factory
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Pantry escapades

Here are the boys posing in the recycling bin


























Then Lucas decides to turn the pantry floor into a bed and sleep there.
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Christmas tree cut

Here's a nice family (minus Doug) shot compliments of Melanie.
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Saturday, December 13, 2008

Ice and snow


(in small amounts)
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Gingerbread house

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Stocking

Checking out the stockings on St. Nicholas's feast day.
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Day with Aunt Christine



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Pajama Night at the Book fair


Aunt Melanie and Jamie kindly invitied Lucas to join them for pajama night at the Summit book fair this past Thursday.
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Friday, December 05, 2008

N...O... naw

Timmy read his first word today, sort of. He's been working hard learning his letter sounds (by watching the Letter Factory DVD ad nauseum). Today we were out at a play date and he was reading the letters on the door (it said NO EXIT). He identified N and O and decided the first word was naw (because "O" says "aw"). He could only identify X and T in the second word but he already knew it read "exit", he identifies that word everywhere we go. Still a long way to go, but it's fun to see a journey at its beginning.

Tomorrow is the feast of St. Nicholas. Did you put your shoes out? We hung up our stockings to see if there'd be a few early surprises in the morning.